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Eggdrop v1.8.4 has gone STABLE. Hooray! The major changes are: - lots of work on the compile process for less-commonly seen systems (SunOS, DragonFly, etc), and making eggdrop more compiler-friendly in general - added and enhanced SSL/TLS warnings to make troubleshooting easier - raised the ban expiration limit from 1 year to 5 years, and added a new \%y field to +ban - lots of work on TLS bot links - improved/clarified botnet TLS documentation- go read it! - made TLS fingerprints persistent across a botnet after relinking - sterilized a LOT of small, lingering bugs. You can follow development and report bugs on https://github.com/eggheads/eggdrop Download Eggdrop v1.8.4 here
150 downloadsThe major changes between 1.8.0 and 1.8.1 are: * Autobotchk: Added functionality improvements, allowing special characters to be used in botnicks (and hence filenames), and made it able to deal with split up configs that source further files. * .who linkedbot output: Truncates long channel listings appropriately. * eggdrop.conf: Update source code to match defaults given in Eggdrop configuration file. * Timer drifts: If your bot really gets frozen longer than 60 minutes, it now shows times longer than 60 minutes. * ./configure: Added an options summary at the end so you see which Tcl version was used, and whether it found IPv6 and SSL files * OpenSSL: A new version of OpenSSL broke our OpenSSL detection (the hexstr2buf function) and we fixed that. * Versioning: Moved previously hard-coded version strings to version.h and update them via misc/setpatch instead of misc/addpatch. This also fixes inconsistencies in setting the internal version integer. * Bugs: A lot were cleaned up! For the full list of changes see doc/Changes1.8. You can follow development and report bugs on https://github.com/eggheads/eggdrop